Wedding season means a lot: shopping for gifts, finding new ways to style old dresses, and blocking out entire weekends to go see your loved ones get engaged. their loved one. Of course, if you thought you had hit your wedding quota in 2019, I’m sorry to let you know: wedding season never ends. So, knowing the most popular wedding dates of 2020 can help you start your own wedding planning – as a bride, bridesmaid, or just as a guest without responsibility.
According to Janessa White, co-founder of Simply Eloped, 2020 means wedding dates with strong digital models, âAny date that has a 2, twenty or that equals twenty will be popular,â White told Elite Daily. “January 20, 2020, February 18, 2020, March 17, 2020, May 10, 2020, May 15, 2020, June 20, 2020, July 20, 2020. Especially on October 10, 2020! We are already fully booked for runaways in one of our markets on that date. âRepeating numbers or dates with a pattern can look super cute on an invitation or a sign, and will likely be a major wedding trend of 2020.
It’s important to note that while digital footage can be a fun and memorable way to say your vows, White shares that popular dates usually mean more competition when finding your vendors. âIf you are on a tight budget, I suggest choosing a less popular date,â White says. “Suppliers and sites will be more expensive if there is a lot of competition.”
While attending a wedding takes a parcel less planning and preparation than getting married on your own – if you are traveling from out of town or meeting old friends at the ceremony, having enough notice of a wedding date can help everyone stay calm. According to Mandy Connor, owner and senior planner of Hummingbird Bridal and Events, checking in with friends and family before picking a date can be a great way to make sure that as many people as possible will be there to celebrate you and your future. joint. . âI suggest you call your parents, siblings, and best friends to make sure they’re free on one of these dates,â Connor told Elite Daily. “It would be awful to pick a date and find out that your best friends already have travel plans or some other event to attend.”
Your vision for your dream wedding may already dictate the literal day of your special day (Hint: quote from Bride wars around June in the Plaza). Still, if you’re completely open when you want to get married, Connor suggests looking at the weather forecast for the coming year. and the previous years. âIf you really want to dig your homework, take a look at the historic weather conditions for that date,â says Connor. “While not necessarily accurate, it can help you decide against a historically wet or historically wet date.” If you know you want an outdoor wedding, or you’re nervous about your friends driving in too much snow, getting a feel for the weather can help you pick the perfect date.
Like the New Englanders who drink iced coffee in the winter, weddings take place year round. Yet in 2020, experts attest that dates with numeric sequence will have particular popularity. Of course, there is no right time to say “yes”. Whether you’ve always wanted a winter wedding or thought of yourself as a Halloween bride, the perfect wedding date is what is right for you.